May 4, 2011 RSS feed / Arts and Entertainment

West Point Band Presents: Armed Forces Day Concert

On Sunday, May 15 the West Point Band will present its annual Armed Forces Day Concert at Eisenhower Hall Theatre at 3pm. More...

Auditions Announced For One-Act Plays

ARTS ON THE LAKE

Arts on the Lake announces auditions will be held on Saturday, May 7, for an evening of one-act plays that will be presented at the Lake Carmel Cultural Center on June 10 and 11. More...

Cultural Events

CHAPEL OF OUR LADY RESTORATION 45 Market St., Cold Spring More...

Area Residents Save on Shakespeare

HUDSON VALLEY SHAKESPEARE

Putnam and Dutchess County Nights at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival are coming up in June, on the following dates: Wednesday, June 15 – Hamlet; Tuesday, June 21 – The Comedy of Errors; Wednesday, June 22 – Around the World i More...

Gene Tashoff Reads Phoetry

At 7pm on Thursday, May 19, Peekskill poet and photographer will read from his recently published book, Phoetry, a collection of his striking photographs coupled with his own poems. In it, Mr. More...

25 Years of Shakespeare on the Hudson

HUDSON VALLEY SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL

The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival invites loyal fans young and old to celebrate all things theatrical on Saturday, June 11, for its 25th Anniversary Benefit. More...

New Outdoor Sculpture at Levine Art Center

PUTNAM ARTS COUNCIL

Collaborative Concepts@ The Putnam Arts Council is a partnership program for facilitating art at the Council’s Belle Levine Art Center campus in Mahopac. More...

Live Music CALENDAR

FRIDAY, MAY 6 RALPH STANLEY & His Clinch Mountain Boys Paramount Center, 1008 Brown Street, Peekskill SATURDAY, MAY 7 COMMANDER CODY BAND Towne Crier Café, 130 Route 22, Pawling SUNDAY, MAY 8 HUDSON HIGHLANDS TROMBONE ENSEMBLE West Point, 845-938 More...

Gardner,Yeomans: ‘Lunch at the Live Bait Diner’

HOWLAND CULTURAL CNTER

A first for the Howland Cultural Center is an exhibition of two highly accomplished artists: one a poet and the other an illustrator. More...

Living History Sundays at Mt. Gulian

MOUNT GULIAN BEACON

Two characters from 1848 will walk the Mount Gulian grounds and home this summer when two living history programs will be presented on alternating Sundays, starting Sunday, May 15 at 1:30pm. More...

Purple Heart Hall of Honor Presents ‘Chosin’

As part of a continuing commemoration of the Korean War, The Hall of Honor is proud to present an encore screening of Chosin, a documentary about the epic struggle that took place over 60 years ago The screening will be on Saturday May 14, at 11am. More...

Library Week Inspires Book Donations

On Friday, April 15, the Howland Public Library received a generous donation from members of Beacon’s Paperback Book Club. More...

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